Monitoring Commissie Corporate Governance Code (English Version) resource Organizations & Associations OCEG Reviewed
A new Dutch Corporate Governance Code Monitoring Committee has been installed on 2 July 2009 by the Minister of Finance, the Minister of Justice and the Minister of Economic Affairs.
Dutch Corporate Governance Code (2009 ed.) resource International Materials OCEG Reviewed
Preamble: The Corporate Governance Code Monitoring Committee has amended the Dutch Corporate Governance Code of December 2003 at the request of the National Federation of Christian Trade Unions in the Netherlands (CNV), Eumedion, the Federation of Dutch Trade Unions (FNV), the Netherlands Centre of Executive and Supervisory Directors (NCD), NYSE Euronext, the Association of Stockholders (VEB),
Netherlands - The Monitoring Committee's Evaluation Report and Consultation Document (2008) resource OCEG Reviewed
On 4 June 2008 the Monitoring Committee presented its Evaluation Report of three years monitoring. At the same time, the Monitoring Committee launched a public consultation of proposed amendments to the Dutch corporate governance code (Tabaksblat Code).
Role of Governance in Corporate Social Responsibility: Lessons from Dutch Finance, The (2010) resource White Papers OCEG Reviewed
Abstract: This paper extends the corporate social performance (CSP) model by studying the role of governance structures and governance systems in shaping corporatesocial responsibility.
CSR Europe: Netherlands Community & Business (Samenleving & Bedrijf) resource Organizations & Associations OCEG Reviewed
Created in 2000, Samenleving & Bedrijf (S&B) is the Dutch business network for large and multinational companies to put CSR into practice. S&B members employ at least 500 people. They are or want to become actively engaged in the implementation of CSR and are or want to become actively involved in the Dutch society with their core competencies.
GRC Technology Solutions Guide v. 2.1 resource Guides OCEG Reviewed
The GRC Technology Solutions Guide identifies and defines categories of technology that have a role in supporting the GRC system and specifically the Elements of the GRC Capability Model™. The Guide categorizes these Technology Categories by: